Motorcycle Accidents

If you operate a motorcycle or have been in an accident involving a motorcycle, it is important that you know your rights and are represented by an attorney who is especially knowledgeable and experienced in this area.
If you, a family member or friend have been in an motorcycle accident please fill out the form below or contact us at 810-695-6460.

Important Information About Motorcycle Accidents:

The facts show that Michigan motorcyclists face a greater danger of accidents and injuries compared to other modes of transportation. According to the NHTSA “Per vehicle miles traveled, motorcyclists are about 28 times more likely than people in passenger cars to die in a traffic crash.”

It is well known that even the safest motorcycle driver cannot avoid car/truck drivers that are distracted on cell phones, or simply not paying proper attention to the road ahead. Most often the at-fault drivers tell the police officers on the scene of the crash that they “just did not see” the motorcyclist. Mr. Bean has received numerous large settlements for injured motorcyclists.

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Before an injury or claim occurs
  • Bikers should always make sure someone is aware of the route you are taking.
  • Bikers should always carry liability insurance. We would be happy to discuss motorcycle insurance and the appropriate insurance limits to provide the best coverage.
  • It is important to determine how a biker's health insurance relates to motorcycle insurance.
If you have been in a motorcycle accident
  • Check for injuries and if you’ve been seriously hurt try not to move.
  • It is critical that an accident report be made.
  • Your insurance policy requires that a Police Report be made for any crash, regardless of the amount of damage to your car, or the amount of injury to you. Call 911 so that the police officer can complete an accident report and document what has happened.
  • Obtain a copy of that accident report and witness information. Take photographs of the vehicles from various angles.
  • Get in touch with your auto insurance company and report the accident.
  • Maintain a daily pain diary. Keep track of all appointments, prescriptions and changes to your life. If friends or family members offer assistance, document this as well.

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